Nicholas Simwichi
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Daniel Abraham Chavarría García left a comment for Nicholas Simwichi
"Apart from being a great tool rhino has a great community, I'm glad I can help others like others have helped me before. You welcome. Anytime."
Apr 2, 2016
Daniel Abraham Chavarría García left a comment for Nicholas Simwichi
"Yes, you can also bake the rectangle for the panel size, or draw a new one in rhino and select the rectangle and those hexagons at the same time and make a solid extrusion from closed planar curves. I'm from Mexico, I self learned rhino when I…"
Apr 2, 2016
Daniel Abraham Chavarría García left a comment for Nicholas Simwichi
"Grasshopper geometry doesn't really exist on rhino, you bake it by right clicking the component you want on rhino and select "bake" (egg icon) what it does it's convert the floating dynamic geometry into Rhino geometry wich you…"
Apr 2, 2016
Daniel Abraham Chavarría García left a comment for Nicholas Simwichi
"I hve a little bckground on programming, and been usong Rhino since latest v3 beggining of v4... I have done some experiments on gh with some tutorials, lately I found that webpage (http://grasshopperprimer.com) and the free tutorial really teached…"
Apr 2, 2016
Nicholas Simwichi commented on McNeel Admin's group PanelingTools
"Its totally ok for now since i have a pinup coming soon and i need to finish my elevation somehow. So what is your primary source of training on Grasshopper scripting. Coz even though you said youre not good you did it real fast. For the baking bit…"
Apr 2, 2016
Nicholas Simwichi commented on McNeel Admin's group PanelingTools
"hahahaha nice one bro...thats amazing. youve cracked it in 30 minutes yet ive been trying to work on it for the last 1 week to n avail. so if i want to have it on an 8m high panel i could project it to a panel then scale it up. right? I also would…"
Apr 2, 2016
Nicholas Simwichi commented on McNeel Admin's group PanelingTools
"Totally ok im up all night so just post it up when you have something"
Apr 2, 2016
Nicholas Simwichi commented on McNeel Admin's group PanelingTools
"Thanks for your input Daniel. im a beginner so i also dont know much."
Apr 2, 2016
Nicholas Simwichi commented on McNeel Admin's group PanelingTools
"Here are elevations of the project in question"
Apr 2, 2016
Nicholas Simwichi commented on McNeel Admin's group PanelingTools
"Hi guys. I am a beginner level user of Panelling tools at the University of Nairobi. Could someone kindly assist me on the steps to follow to create the facade in the picture below. Thanks"
Apr 2, 2016

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Architectural Design

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At 5:54pm on April 2, 2016, Daniel Abraham Chavarría García said…
Apart from being a great tool rhino has a great community, I'm glad I can help others like others have helped me before. You welcome. Anytime.
At 5:52pm on April 2, 2016, Daniel Abraham Chavarría García said…
Yes, you can also bake the rectangle for the panel size, or draw a new one in rhino and select the rectangle and those hexagons at the same time and make a solid extrusion from closed planar curves.

I'm from Mexico, I self learned rhino when I was at school, now it's my primary tool for my work as an industrial designer, I also use it for geometry, technical drawing and 3D modeling clases I give.
At 5:20pm on April 2, 2016, Daniel Abraham Chavarría García said…
Grasshopper geometry doesn't really exist on rhino, you bake it by right clicking the component you want on rhino and select "bake" (egg icon) what it does it's convert the floating dynamic geometry into Rhino geometry wich you can't modify on gh anymore.

In this case, last parameter it's the hexagon curves, after you bake them you work with them on rhino as if you have drawed them manually yourself with the rhino polygon tool.
At 5:12pm on April 2, 2016, Daniel Abraham Chavarría García said…
I hve a little bckground on programming, and been usong Rhino since latest v3 beggining of v4... I have done some experiments on gh with some tutorials, lately I found that webpage (http://grasshopperprimer.com) and the free tutorial really teached me a lot, I havent finish it jet but its verry comprehensive and detailed with various examples.
 
 
 

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